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TSH level down to 0.11
Hi doctor, my wife is having thyroid issues and her TSH level was 4.12, so doctor advised to take one pill 100 mg daily. Recently I hv done her Vit B12 and TSH test and found TSH level as 0.11 Pls advise if I need to decrease my mg level of thyronorm . if ys than how much
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar
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First of all, are you trying for pregnancy ? Is their any weight  gain ?? Is there any other symptoms . Please read very carefully the following questions and than answer number wise. This will help me reach a proper diagnosis for you. Do you have any of the following symptoms ? 1. Fatigue, loss of energy, lethargy. 2. Weight gain. 3. Decreased appetite. 4. Cold intolerance. 5. Dry skin. 6. Hair loss. 7. Muscle pain, joint pain, weakness in the extremities. 8.Emotional lability, mental impairment. 9.Forgetfulness, impaired memory, inability to concentrate. 10. Sleepiness. 11.Constipation. 12. Fullness in the throat, hoarseness
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Dr. Neelam Pandey Kukreti
Endocrinologist 11 yrs exp Gurgaon
Weight of pt missing. Whether Tsh 4.2 is first thyroid report onwhich treatment was started .or u always have been taking 100ug and on 100 ug ,ur Tsh is 4.2 then it is little surprising as it is as gud as normal. Only during pregnancy and prepregnancy state or in hyperprolactinemia I this Tsh range, pt is treated. But Tsh 0.1 is too supressed so reduce it by 25 ug and repeat Tsh after 2months
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Dr. S. Sankar Reddy
Diabetologist 8 yrs exp Cuddapah
Ar u symptoms free now u can continue same dose.
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